Once you’ve tried cooking in a kitchen rental facility, with so much more space and such great equipment, you’ll never want to go back to a smaller kitchen space. People underestimate the value of a larger kitchen, especially when they are trying to cook for a large number of people. Cooking on a Family Holiday … Read moreThink Clearly and Be More Creative in a Kitchen Rental Facility
Life can be overwhelming. People are busy and for some, eating a meal is the only part of the day when they have a chance to slow down and interact with others. Whether it be family members, roommates, friends, or coworkers, sharing a meal can be a joyous occasion and time to connect. Studies show that … Read morePreparing Meals That Bring People Together This Holiday Season
If you love cooking, then you have, no doubt, spent a lot of time in your kitchen at home. But the fact is that most home kitchens are small—smaller than all the other rooms in the house. And if you want to cook up a storm, you really need to have more space. Get More … Read moreA Kitchen Rental Facility Which Anticipates All Your Needs
We all remember that wonderful movie, Sabrina, in which Audrey Hepburn goes to Paris and learns to cook. In addition to finding out that breaking an egg is all in the wrist, she also gets a makeover, a new wardrobe and a new attitude to match! Well, taking a cooking class is just like that. … Read moreAudrey Hepburn, Cooking Classes and a New Attitude Towards Life!
Virtual cooking demonstrations are a great way to grow your food business, reach a new audience, and strengthen your relationship with current customers. Here are a few tips for producing a successful virtual culinary class. Communicate With Your Audience Beforehand Make sure that everyone has a link, any necessary passwords, a list of ingredients, and … Read morePlan a Virtual Cooking Demo With These 4 Tips
To say that COVID-19 has disrupted our collective way of life would be an understatement. It has changed our day-to-day functions in a potentially permanent way. In order to survive such an upheaval, we must adapt and evolve. This is especially crucial for restaurants, as we rely on human interaction to keep our doors open. … Read moreThe Transformation of Kitchens in a Pandemic World
Anyone who has ever used standard-sized, residential kitchen equipment for catering or mass production of baked goods knows that having access to functional, clean commercial equipment is a game-changer. It doesn’t matter what you make – birthday cakes, meal prep, appetizers for a theater, cookies for elementary school fundraisers – you have needs. You need … Read moreCommercial Kitchen Equipment – Your New Best Friend
It is no surprise that online gatherings continue to grow in popularity. Engaging with your audience is key to driving a healthy online presence, and lays the foundation for a long-lasting connection to your customer base. If you are looking for a place to host your next virtual culinary event, our 6,000-square-foot venue includes a … Read moreHost Your Next Virtual Culinary Event at the Cookline
Looking for a new idea to either start a restaurant, establish a food business, or create your own cookbook? Check out the following books for a little inspiration and to learn how others just like you went about finding their passion. My Life from Scratch: A Sweet Journey of Starting Over, One Cake at a … Read moreBooks to Inspire the Food Entrepreneur in You
You may have thought it before or heard someone else mention it that wine simply tastes like alcohol and there is no difference between the different wines that are available. Of course, the major differences come between whether you are drinking a white wine versus a red wine, for example. However, it does go much … Read moreWine Tastings: Do Wines Really Taste Different From One Another?